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BIBS Shunyi ES:  Head of Campus/Principal

John Cushing


Head of Campus/Principal of BIBS Shunyi IB PYP, MYP, DP (K-12) Campus Beijing, China

Escuela Bella Vista:  Middle and High School Principal

Stacy Rosie


Stacy Rosie is the new Middle and High School Principal at Escuela Bella Vista, in Maracaibo, Venezuela. Prior to this Mrs. Rosie served as an Administrator for 11 years at the American School of Antananarivo in Madagascar.

CIA First:  History Instructor

David Woodrich


American School of Valencia:  Preschool and Elementary Principal

Adam Spina


Dr. Adam Spina has joined the American School of Valencia as the Preschool and Elementary Principal. He has previously served as an elementary principal near Lansing, Michigan. Dr. Spina has held diverse leadership posts both in and out of the education profession. Prior to working in education administration, he taught at the elementary and secondary levels and served as a curriculum coach and mentor teacher for education students at the university level. His education credentials include a Master’s Degree in History and a Doctorate in Education Policy and Administration.

Carol Morgan School of Santo Domingo:  High School Assistant Principal

Kirk Holderman


Kirk holds a Master’s of Administration in Grand Canyon University, a Certification for Alternative Programs through Region, Generic K-12 Special Education, and Secondary History teaching from St. Thomas University. From 2013 to 2015, he was the High School Dean of Students at the American School Foundation in Mexico City. Kirk comes to CMS with 13 years as an educator.

Carol Morgan School of Santo Domingo:  Head of School

Rhonda Norris


Rhonda comes to Carol Morgan School as the Head of School for 2015 -2016 school year. Rhonda holds a Bachelor’s in accounting from The University of Texas at Austin, a Master’s in Elementary Education from Southwest Texas State, certification in Educational Leadership from Stephen F. Austin, and is a Certified Public Accountant. She comes to CMS with 18 years as an educator including 14 years in international education leadership and 4 years as a teacher.

International School of Luxembourg:  Director

Nicki Crush


Nicki Crush is the new Director at the International School of Luxembourg. Her previous position was as the Upper School Principal at ISL, having worked before in independent boarding schools in the UK and as a language teacher in West Africa. She holds a BA in Geography with a minor in French from the University of Manchester, her post graduate certification in education is from the University of Cambridge and she also holds the PTC International Schools Leadership certificate. Nicki is excited to take up her new role and to support the excellent work already being done at ISL. It is all about the teaching and learning.

Thai Chinese International School:  Lower School Principal

Hannah Hartman


Hannah Hartman is the new Lower School Principal at the Thai Chinese International School for the 2015-2016 school year. Hannah comes from Portland, Oregon and has a Bachelors of Science in Psychology and a Masters in Education from Portland State University. She also has a Masters in Educational Leadership from Lehigh University. In addition, she has completed the Principals' Training Center for International School Leadership and has a certificate of international school leadership. Hannah has been working in education overseas for 10 years. She has worked at TASIS England, Shanghai American School, American School of Warsaw, and most recently the American International School of Abuja. Hannah has held various leadership positions in all her schools including coaching and training teachers for reading and writing workshop, developing technology programs, leading orientations, creating mentor groups, and facilitating professional learning communities. She has been a part of creating new standards based report cards, implementing teacher evaluation systems, developing assessment handbooks, and using MAP data for data based decision making. Hannah has also been trained and worked on an accreditation team for CIS. She has presented at the BETT show in London, Learning 2.0 in Shanghai, and the CEESA teachers conference in Warsaw on the topics of integrating technology and differentiation.

International School of Beijing:  Director of Admissions

Tina Herman


Tina Herman joins the International School of Beijing as Director of Admissions for the 2015-16 school year. Originally from the U.S., Tina has a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Physical Education from State University of New York, College at Cortland, and a Master of Arts (MA) in Curriculum and Teaching from Teachers College, Columbia University. She has over 20 years experience in education beginning as a PE teacher to Director of Student Life and Director of Admissions. Tina comes to ISB from The International School of Luxembourg, where she was Head of Admissions.

International School of Beijing:  Director of Activities

Simon Parker


Hailing from the UK, Simon returns to International School of Beijing as the Director of Activities for the 2015-16 school year. Simon was at ISB from 2011-2014 as Assistant Activities Director, and this past school year he has been in Yokohama, Japan as Activities Director for Yokohama International School. Prior to ISB, he was Athletic/Activities Director at Senri/Osaka International School for 8 years, from 2003 to 2011. Before his career in administration, Simon taught PE and coached football for seven years, in Japan and the UK. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Physical Education from the University of Warwick, UK.

International School of Beijing:  Deputy Head of School

Mark Hardeman


Mark Hardeman has been appointed Deputy Head of School at the International School of Beijing after serving three years as Middle School Principal. Originally from Canada, Mark received his Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Education at the University of Windsor, a Masters of Education at the University of Wollongong, and is currently working towards his Doctor of Education with Lehigh University. Prior to working at ISB, Mark worked in the UAE, Kuwait and Canada.

International School of Beijing:  Middle School Principal

Jon Hill


Jon Hill joins the International School of Beijing as Middle School Principal. Originally from the United States, Jon moved to Beijing from Seoul, South Korea where he was Middle School Assistant Principal at Seoul Foreign School. Prior to becoming Assistant Principal, Jon was the Middle School Technology Coordinator (2007-2010) and 7th Grade Science and Mathematics Teacher (2004-2007). Before moving to South Korea, Jon was a 6th Grade Science and Mathematics Teacher at the International School of Port-of-Spain in Trinidad and Tobago (2002-2004); a High School Science Teacher (IGCSE, IBMYP, IBDP) at the International School of Tanganyika in Tanzania (1999-2002); and a 9th and 10th Grade Science Teacher in South Umpqua High School, Oregon (1995-1996). His educational credentials include Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University; Master of Science (M.S.) in Oceanography from Oregon State University; Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) in Science Education from Oregon State University; Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Biology from Oregon State University.

International School of Beijing:  High School Principal

David Munro


David Munro joins the International School of Beijing as High School Principal, for the 2015-16 school year. Originally from Canada, David moved to Beijing from Kuala Lampur, Malaysia, where he was Secondary School Assistant Principal at Mont’ Kiara International School. He joined Mont’ Kiara in 2007, teaching High School IB History and TOK for three years before being named IB Program Coordinator/CAS Coordinator in 2010, then being promoted to his Assistant Principal role in 2011. Prior to Mont’ Kiara, David worked in Lima, Peru for seven years at Colegio Franklin Delano Roosevelt. He taught Middle School Humanities for three years, was High School History/CAS Coordinator for four years, and in his final year in Lima was also High School Dean of Students. David began his overseas career in Guatemala, at Colegio American de Guatemala from 1995-1997 teaching Social Studies and English. Then moving to Venezuela, where he taught Social Studies and Physical Education between 1997-1999 at Escuela Las Morochas. David’s educational credentials include a Master’s in Secondary Education from the University of Alabama, a B.Ed. in Social Studies (minor in Phys Ed) from the University of Alberta, and certification in International Education Leadership from the Principal’s Training Center.

Walworth Barbour American International School in Israel:  Middle School Principla

Holly Gardner


Holly Gardner is the new Middle School Principal at Walworth Barbour American International School in Israel. She has a BA in English from the University of New Hampshire, an MA in Education from Framingham State University and a Certificate of International Leadership from PTC. She has a background as an English/Drama teacher and has an extensive background in extra-curricular activities and service. Her previous postings include Turkey, Thailand, Mexico and most recently Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Dubai American Academy:  IT Manager

Matthew Backus


Matthew Backus has been appointed IT Manager in August 2015 at Dubai American Academy (GEMS). Matt was most recently working in IT Administration at Zurich International School.

American Embassy School:  Assistant Director of Technology

Clint Carlson


Clint Gregory Carlson has been appointed the Assistant Director of Technology. Clint brings with him over 20 years of experience as a designer, developer, project manager and strategist. His last assignment was with WHO as a Web Manager. He holds B.Sc. in New Media, Film, and Interactive Communications from the University of Wisconsin.

American Embassy School:  Elementary School Assistant Principal

Scott White


Scott White is the new Elementary School Assistant Principal at the American Embassy School (AES) in New Delhi, India. Scott has worked at AES for the past ten years as Director of Admissions and as an elementary classroom teacher. Prior to AES, Scott was a teacher in Paraguay, Kuwait and New York.

American Embassy School:  Admissions Director

Patricia Dhar


Patricia Dhar has been appointed as Director of Admissions for the American Embassy School, New Delhi. Previously at AES, she was School Board President and Chair of the Parent School Association. She came to Delhi after working in investment management at Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs in New York.

Frankfurt International School:  Assistant Head of School

Devin Pratt


Devin has served in leadership positions at Taipei American School, The American School of Bombay and most recently Singapore American School. He is excited to be joining the professionals at Frankfurt International School as the Assistant Head of School.

American Embassy School in New Delhi:  Director of Student Athletics/Activities

Karl Zigmand


Karl Zigmand is the new Director of Student Athletics/Activities at the American Embassy School in New Delhi, India. Karl is joined by his wife Ronna, Elementary School Librarian, and their daughter Ava, grade 11. Karl is an experienced international educator. His most recent posting prior to AES was at Cairo American College where he served as a Physical Education Teacher and the Middle School Activities and Athletics Coordinator.

American Embassy School in New Delhi:  High School Principal

Paul Johnson


Paul Johnson is the new High School Principal at the American Embassy School in New Delhi, India starting July 2014. Paul most recently served as the High School Principal at Saigon South International School. Prior to that, he was the High School Vice Principal at Shanghai American School. Paul was a classroom teacher for 18 years teaching middle and high school math and science at schools in China, Bangladesh, Morocco, and the U.S. He has a Masters in Educational Leadership from Lehigh University in Pennsylvania and a Masters in Secondary Education from the University of New Mexico. He and his wife, Sepi, are excited to be at AES and in India.

American Embassy School in New Delhi:  Director of Curriculum and Professional Learning

Jessica Krueger


Jessica Krueger has been appointed as the new Director of Curriculum and Professional Learning at the American Embassy School in New Delhi. After 14 years as a secondary Social Studies teacher, she moved into the role of MS/HS Curriculum Coordinator prior to accepting her current position this year. Jessica is currently working on her EdD in Curriculum, Teaching, Learning and Leadership from Northeastern University with a focus on organizational change, professional development, and standards-based grading and reporting in secondary schools. Prior to her roles at AES, she has worked in schools in South Korea, the United Arab Emirates, and her home in Colorado.

International School Of Chongqing:  Founding Head of School

Emmanuel Lacoste


Beijing World Youth Academy:  Director of Instructional Strategies/Primary Principal

Shannon Koga


with the aim to continue developing IPC, Virtues Program, Language Arts within the Primary Campus, and to consolidate teaching and Learning strategies across all three campuses.

Colegio Interamericano de Guatemala:  Elementary Vice Principal

Silvia de Morales


Mrs. Silvia de Morales has been appointed as Elementary Vice Principal at Colegio Interamericano de Guatemala. Mrs. de Morales has worked as Elementary teacher at Interamericano for 22 years and as Match Coach for the 2014-15 school year.

Colegio Interamericano de Guatemala:  General Director

Evan Hunt


Mr. Evan D. Hunt has been chosen as the new General Director at Colegio Interamericano de Guatemala. Mr. Hunt was the High School principal for two years at the International Community School in Shanghai, China. Prior to moving to Asia he lived in Mexico City, for 5 years where he was the Head of Lower School at the American School Foundation. Mr. Hunt is excited to work at Interamericano were the commitment to provide children with the best academic and social/emotional education possible is the top priority.

International School of Curacao:  High School Principal

Gustavo Sever


Mr. Gustavo Sever has been appointed as the next High School Principal at the International School of Curacao. Mr. Sever has worked at ISC for the past 14 years as a teacher, guidance counselor, high school coordinator, high school principal and lately as human resource manager. Prior to his professional experience at ISC, he worked in North Carolina, USA and Caracas, Venezuela.

International School of Curacao:  Director

Douglas Vaughan


Mr. Douglas Vaughan has been chosen as the next Director at the International School of Curacao. Mr. Vaughan has worked at ISC for the past 11 years as the high school principal, middle school coordinator, and middle school social studies teacher. Before he moved to Curacao, Mr. Vaughan worked at South Pacific Academy in American Samoa the middle and high school social studies teacher.

Munich International School:  Head of School

Timothy Thomas


Tim Thomas is excited to begin serving the community of Munich International School as head of school beginning in August 2015. Tim was the deputy head at MIS for two years and previously served in administrative and teaching capacities at Dresden International School and in independent and public schools in North America. Tim is eager to support the continuing pursuit of educational excellence at MIS as it enters its 50th year of motivating and inspiring students.

TASIS Lugano:  Head of Elementary

Theresa Cullen


American School of Rio de Janeiro:  Upper School Counselor

Craig Meister


Craig Meister is the new Director of College and Career Counseling at the American School in Rio de Janeiro. Most recently, Craig founded Admissions Intel, a global college admissions consultancy and online knowledge base focusing on the undergraduate admissions process.

American School of Rio de Janeiro:  Lower School Principal

Elizabeth Clarkson


Elizabeth Clarkson has been appointed Lower School Principal at the American School in Rio de Janeiro. She was the founding Academic Director for Colegio Menor, Samborondon campus in Ecuador. Elizabeth holds degrees in Early Childhood education, masters in Educational Psychology, and a doctorate in Educational Leadership.

American School of Rio de Janeiro:  Upper School Headmaster

Geoffrey Walker


Geoffrey Walker joins the American School of Rio de Janeiro as Upper School Principal. He began his career in education with the Boston Public Schools in 2000 and also worked in Rio as the Brazil Director of an International NGO, Grassroot Soccer. Most recently, Mr. Walker was the Principal of Willian Barton Rogers Middle School in Boston.

Royal Institute of Smart Education (RISE), Sylhet, Bangladesh:  Head Librarian

Altynai Dorombaeva-Manning


Altynai is the new Head Librarian at RISE School, where she will also teach English. She was previous teaching English at Pledge Harbor International School, Bangladesh. Before coming to South Asia she taught in her native country; Kyrgyzstan. She holds a B.A. in Theories and Methodologies of Teaching Foreign Languages from the Kyrgyz National University and a Teaching Certification from the Kyrgyz Ministry of Education.

Royal Institute of Smart Education (RISE), Sylhet, Bangladesh:  Founding Head of School

Christopher Manning


Chris is the founding Head of RISE School in Sylhet, Bangladesh. He was most recently the vice principal of Pledge Harbor International School, Bangladesh. Chris has lived and served in the USA, Germany, Kuwait, South Korea, Japan, and Kyrgyzstan.

St. Andrew's Scots School, Buenos Aires, Argentina:  Head of Secondary School

Sheldon Guenther


IGB International School:  Whole School Languages Coordinator

Gustav Helman


International Preparatory School:  Head of School

Bruce Ashton


Bruce Ashton has taken up the Head of School role at the International Preparatory School in Mauritius. Bruce was previously Elementary School Principal at Sinarmas World Academy, And Head of School at Greybrook Academy in Vancouver Canada.

Raffles International School Bangkok:  Founding Head of School

James Helbringer


James is the Founding Head of Raffles International School Bangkok which will open in August of 2016. He was most recently Elementary Principal at BIBA in China where he worked 6 years. He has also worked as curriculum coordinator, teacher leader, and teacher in Chile, Venezuela, and the United States.

Nanjing foreign languages school:  IB English teacher

Jackie petrosky


I will work with 10th graders in the EFL IB program.

Wuxi Taihu International School:  Counselor/DP/MYP Teacher

Perry Sein


SEN Coordinator Pastoral Care Committee Chair

Hong Kong Academy:  Assistant Principal (Grades 6 to 8)

Warren Needham


Starting in August, 2015

International School of Latvia:  Elementary School Principal

David Callaway


David Callaway will move into the position of Elementary School Principal, after serving for a year as Elementary School Assistant Principal. He will also continue as Primary Years Program Coordinator.

International School of Latvia:  High School Principal

Sarah Goossens Bevel


Sarah Goossens Bevel will move into the position of High School Principal after serving as Assistant High School Principal for the past year. She will also continue to hold the position of IB Diploma Program Coordinator.

International School Bangkok:  Middle School Principal

Dennis Harter


Dennis Harter is the new Middle School Principal at International School Bangkok. He was previously the High School Principal at the American International School Vienna.

American School of Antananarivo:  Principal

Dr. Troy P. Regis


Dr. Troy P. Regis has accepted the position of Principal at the American School of Antananarivo, Madagascar. He comes to the school from the International School of Bangkok where he has worked for the past 6 years as a cognitive coach, department head, team leader, athletics coach, and teacher.

Tianyi High School:  AP Music

William Doherty


Will implement the AP Music Curriculum in the AP Centre.

British Columbia International School of Bangkok:  Principal

Raymond Lemoine


The British Columbia International School of Bangkok is a Canadian Offshore school offering the BC curriculum. Prior to this new assignment in Thailand, Dr. Lemoine and his wife Madeleine served in Germany, Belgium, Saudi Arabia, Guinea, the Gambia, and most recently in China.

The International School Yangon:  Director

D. Marvin


Mr. D. Marvin will be the next Director at The International School Yangon (ISY). He was most recently the elementary principal at the same school. Prior to his move to Myanmar, Mr. Marvin worked in such places as Ethiopia, China, India, and the U.S.

The American Community School of Beirut:  Middle School Math Teacher

Jennifer Kang